The Aqua Army NFTs are a collection that includes 4,444 distinct collectibles, each of which has its own qualities and level of rarity. The staff at P8FX Trading had the idea to build one-of-a-kind NFTs that have a purpose and a meaning in addition to being jam-packed with delight and fun when they came up with the concept for The Aqua Army.
The company’s goal was to forge a connection between the virtual world of NFTs and the actual world by focusing on a particular issue
Each AANFT possesses one or more singular qualities and characteristics, the frequency of which ranges from common to extremely unusual. For instance, only 5% of AANFTs have a golden body with multicolored teeth, which comes to 222 out of a total of 4,444. On the Opensea Marketplace, holders have the opportunity to purchase an Aqua Army NFT from the collection that has been validated.
“It is anticipated that we will start making donations to charity organizations in September of 2022. Depending on how well the project goes, this step may come earlier or later in the process. We are committed to operating in an entirely open and honest manner and will continue to keep the AANFT community informed of our donations in the appropriate manner.”
After the user has successfully minted their AANFTs, the tokens will be delivered to the wallet that was used during the minting process. In the beginning, users won’t be able to see the actual NFT, but once the minting phase is through, they’ll be able to connect their wallets to OpenSea and see their one-of-a-kind, hand-drawn AANFTs. Users won’t be able to view the actual NFT in the beginning.
According to the information provided on their website, the procedure to determine the rarity of an NFT is as follows: “You may determine the rarity of your NFTs by going to rarity.tools and searching for Aqua Army NFT. After doing so, you will be able to do so. OpenSea presents a different choice in this regard. When you see your NFT in OpenSea, it will display you a comparison of the characteristics of your NFT with those of the other items in the collection.”